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PVC-1 is a film by Colombian director of Greek origins Spiros Stathoulopoulos inspired by a true story about a pipe bomb improvised explosive device (IED) that was placed around the neck of an extortion victim. This directorial debut premiered at the Cannes International Film Festival in 2007 as an official selection of The Directors' Fortnight. The 84 minute film was shot in one single continuous take without cuts using a Glidecam Smooth Shooter and a Glidecam 2000 Pro camera stabilization system. The film won numerous awards at the International Thessaloniki Film Festival.
Spiros Stathoulopoulos: Director, Co-Writer, Producer, Director of Photography
Jason Hall: Producer
Dwight Istanbulian: Co-Writer, Executive Producer
Vasilis Stathouloupoulus: Executive Producer
Kico Velarde: Co-Producer
Frank Ramirez: Co-Producer
Marti Esteva: Co-Producer
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